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    Grand Canyon Egyptian Cave

    Here is the dragon court doing the same stuff I do, again. Why was this site never researched after the Smithsonian expressed interest. In Tucson there was the discovery of Rhoda at the Silverbell site around the same time. The University professors doing the research were told to stop or lose all funds. When I lived in Vegas I was friends with an archaeologist dragon who was called by the Navajo elders their "Keltic Warrior". She worked briefly for the Discovery Channel until she found their interest was not in fair reportage but rather to denigrate and destroy.

    http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_orionzone_9.htm
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    https://books.google.ca/books?id=caM...an%22&f=falThe Grand Canyon as well as Acambaro are mentioned.

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    I implore you to read this - not because of what information is available but because the government (I include the Smithsonian in all the ways it has covered up past cultures while providing appearances of authenticity.) lied!!!!

    http://www.messagetoeagle.com/casama...p#.VPs6fW93vIU

    The Mayans and Egyptians almost certainly were in contact throughout the area we now call the SW USA.

    All megaliths are astronomical observatories and collectors of cosmic energy. When we destroyed all written records of people like Poseidonius we lost a great deal of far more ancient information which some of the following authors suggest Ptolemy would have had in the Great Library - I agree.

    I am not an astronomer nor do I fully understand all these calculations. They seem focused on the Short count which deals with planetary movement (especially Venus which is the morning star and Lucifer - and whose transit tells us about sun activity effecting the earth - Heliopolitanism). The Dresden Codex it discusses and evaluates is a major part of Mayan research by the likes of Churchward.

    http://www.hermetic.ch/cal_stud/maya/boehm/boehm51.htm

    Adam brings us a valuable trove including Samuel Beckett.

    http://alchemyfraternitas.ru/media/libra/kniga/28.pdf

    In this link we have connections of Ptolemy (see thread) to Eastern thought and variations but confirmation of knowledge through contact. All astrological knowledge was part of the Pentagon Dodecahedron and some day the Antikythera will be more fully understood as it was in the time of Poseidonius whose writings were destroyed.

    https://altairastrology.wordpress.co...rms-or-bounds/

    From the above we have a little discourse about Chaldean astronomy. I recall their math was base 60 and the Mayan zero mathematical system replaced it around the 8th Century AD after it was brought out of India 150 years after the Mayans invented it.

    "Like so many things astrological there are different preferences. Most astrologers in Hellenistic times seemed to have used the Egyptian terms, maybe because they didn’t buy Ptolemy’s story of finding them in an ancient manuscript? We will never know for sure whether Ptolemy did indeed find a system as ancient as the Egyptian or whether the manuscript was merely a device for giving his system some authority. The argument for the first is that Ptolemy was an encyclopaedist who collected all the material available to him (and before the burning of the library in Alexandria that would have been plenty) and not an astrologer. I haven’t come across any reference to his system being used during or after his time, but that doesn’t mean that this wasn’t the case, it just means I haven’t come across documentation. Ptolemy’s terms seemed to have been more popular in the middle ages to the time of William Lilly. Both he and Bonatus provide tables for the Ptolemaic terms. Interestingly enough Johannes Schöner in his book on the Judgement of Nativities used Egyptian terms.

    I am not about to recommend one or the other leaving it to your judgement, dear reader. Both camps will tell you that their system works. And indeed both systems share some common features. There are differences in some of the signs and there are also often differences in how large the bounds are in each sign. But compared to the Chaldean system they are more similar than different. The Chaldean system seems accounts for a diurnal or nocturnal birth, with the term positions of Saturn and Mercury dependant on this. The Egyptian and ptolemaic systems ignore this. Also the Chaldean system has a regular division of degrees in each sign. The first term always has 8 degrees and each succeeding term one degree less (8-7-6-5-4)."
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